Paul Dirks And Frank Galdo of Turbidity got the call - "Latitude needs music tonight" Since a venue as cool as Latitude 18 going tuneless on a Friday night would upset the balance of the Universe, Frank and Paul heeded the call and Knee Deep was born.
Guitarist Van Wilkes performed for a special event for "Seven Minus Seven" or what we on St Thomas refer to as 'the art space' Turbidity opened the show: 01. Dancing Shoes 02. Skipjack 03. Glory Box 04. Porch Jam 05. Jack A Roe 06. Walk On Water 07. Ladylike 08. Thats It I Quit 09. Man Smart Woman Smarter
Last Show before Frank takes a hiatus for the Holidays. 01. Let It Ring 02. City Of New Orleans 03. Skipjack 04. Before You Cuse Me 05. Friend Of The Devil 06. How Blue Can You Get 07. Sympathy For The Devil 08. Helen O'Bucket 09. Levee-Weather Getting Wetter 10. The Harder They Come 11. Funky Bitch 12. Norwegian Wood 13. Frank's Red Hot Sauce 14. Up On Cripple Creek 15. Jack A Roe 16. Summer Get Down 17. Summertime Blues 18. Used To Love Her 19. Laundromat Jam 20. Folsom Prison Blues
Trippin' Thursday is one of the longest running weekly Live music events on St Thomas. 01. Mercy 02. Friend Of The Devil 03. Man Smart Woman Smarter 04. Lobstermans Wife 05. One Way Out 06. Norwegian Wood 07. By Your Side 08. Funky Bitch 09. Thats It I Quit 10. Hadnt Been For Love 11. Jack A Roe 12. Before You Cuse Me 13. Ladylike 14. Skipjack 15. Franklins Tower 16. Porch Jam 17. Summertime Blues 18. Glory Box 19. Bug 20. How Blue Can You Get 21. Ragamuffin 22. Little Wing
The Venue: Hull Bay Hideaway is St. Thomas' original Beach Bar. It started as a plank between two Tyre palms with a 55 gal drum to cool the beer, and is now a popular spot for live music, surf watching, and of course chowing on an Arthur Burger with a bucket of beer. The Band: Begun as a collaboration between Frank Galdo, Alex Stigliano and Jesse Gentry (Now of Get Right band and Soulgrass Rebellion Fame) Turbidity is a stew made with a wide variety of flavors. 01. Ragamuffin 02. Franks Red Hot... Topics: Jamband, Dead, Phish, Blues
This is Knee Deep's final Latitude show for the 2012 season as they make way for The Sun Mountain band running January thru April. 01. Laundromat Jam 02. Before You Cuse Me 03. Sympathy For The Devil 04. Me & My Uncle 05. Funky Bitch 06. Man Smart Woman Smarter 07. Jack A Roe 08. The Harder They Come 09. The Weight 10. Up On Cripple Creek 11. Porch Jam 12. I Know 13. City Of New Orleans 14. Friend Of The Devil 15. All Over Now-The Breeze 16. Skipjack 17. But I Think It Was The Wine 18.... Topics: Acoustic, Jam, Originals, Grateful Dead, Blues Source: SBD
Paul Dirks And Frank Galdo of Turbidity got the call - "Latitude needs music tonight" Since a venue as cool as Latitude 18 going tuneless on a Friday night would upset the balance of the Universe, Frank and Paul heeded the call and Knee Deep was born. Topics: Acoustic, Duo, Grateful Dead, Originals Source: SBD>Boss BR-1200